Political Choice in Britain

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List of Figures
1.1 Vote shares, United Kingdom, 1945-2001 general elections 3
1.2 Voting turnout, United Kingdom, 1945-2001 general elections 4
3.1 Strength of party identification, 1964-2001 41
3.2 The decline of class voting, 1964-2001 general elections 43
3.3 Middle class support for Conservatives and working class support for Labour, 1964-2001 general elections 45
3.4 Working class support for Conservatives and middle class support for Labour, 1964-2001 general elections 46
3.5 Effects of socio-demographic characteristics on Conservative versus Labour voting, 1964-2001 general elections 47
3.6 Effects of social class and combined other socio-demographic characteristics on Conservative versus Labour voting, 1964-2001 general elections 48
3.7 Conservative support in middle and working classes, January 1992-April 2001 49
3.8 Labour support in middle and working classes, January 1992-April 2001 49
3.9 Liberal Democrat support in middle and working classes, January 1992-April 2001 50
3.10 Effects of social class and issue proximity on Conservative versus Labour voting, 1964-2001 general elections 57
3.11 Effects of social class, leader competence and health, education, and welfare issues on Conservative versus Labour voting, 1964-2001 general elections 59
3.12 Conservatives versus Labour as party best able to manage the economy, January 1991-May 2001 63
3.13 Voting intentions: Conservative, Labour, and Liberal Democrat support in public opinion polls, January 1992-May 2001 64
3.14 Effects of social class and other factors on Conservative versus Labour voting, 1964-2001 general elections 65
4.1 Direction of party identification, 2001 80
4.2 Average distances between voters and parties on the left-right and tax-spend dimensions 82
4.3 Electoral choice—sincere and tactical voting in the 2001 general election 83
4.4 Economic evaluations, 2001 85

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  • Political Choice in Britain iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • List of Figures xiv
  • List of Tables xvii
  • Appendix a 2001 Bes Data Used in This Book 329
  • References 345
  • Name Index 363
  • Subject Index 367
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